A dramatic overhaul of the UK's strategic interests and alliances is in urgent need, writes Jenny Clegg
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A new case against Blair's role in the 2003 invasion is again raising questions about his responsibility
As Donald Trump cements his status as a war president, a savage conflict with North Korea seems more and more likely
As the UK seeks trade deals following Brexit, there is a re-orientation of its policy on Palestine and Israel
Trump's supposed isolationism has been shown to be a sham
The Labour leader's statement on the US missile strikes in Syria
Statement on the situation in Syria - 6/4/17
As this week's negotiations to ban nuclear weapons were undermined, firsthand accounts of the bombs' barbarity were shared across the UK
Those who are given the authority to kill must be subject to the law
We must continue to shout from the rooftops about the horrors in Yemen each day
Maz Saleem: Fatal attacks on Muslims will continue if the media persists in portraying us as terrorists
Sir Mark Rylance: I have the right not to kill during military conflict. Why am I forced to pay for others to do so on my behalf?
The threat of Islamic terrorism requires a serious analytical response says Lindsey German
If anyone had doubts about the direction of Trump’s Middle East policy, the last few days should have cleared them up
The Trump-era wars are already upon us and escalating says Lindsey German
'If ever there was a complicated and unwinnable war to keep out of, it is this one.'
The obscene ‘military industrial complex’ cannot be questioned because of the fog of patriotism
A gilded fiction is still a fiction, after all
Being pro-refugee must also mean being anti-war
"Everyone seems to be dying of cancer. Every day one hears about another acquaintance or friend of a friend dying."
Trump's wars are now all over the map. The peace movement can fight back
In this moment of danger, the anti-war movement has a responsibility to redouble its efforts, writes Chris Nineham
A US Navy strike group has been ordered to relocate to the western Pacific Ocean
From the expansion of official US war zones in Yemen and Somalia to a spike in drone strikes, conflicts are heating up on several fronts
In the aftermath of Trump's missile attacks, peace in Syria looks further away than ever
No to Trump's attacks on Syria
No to British support
London protest tonight, Downing Street 5-7pm
As Yemen's annihilation continues, Theresa May is reaffirming her support for the brutal Saudi regime
The bloodthirsty Trump doctrine is even bloodier than imagined
American strikes there now kill or injure more civilians in Syria than Russian strikes, says one report
Andrew Smith: UK shares responsibility for the ongoing carnage in Yemen
If Trump were to launch another war today, it’s hard to imagine that May would take a different path to Blair
Prof Paul Rogers: A distracted Trump administration is unable to focus even on its own anti-ISIS summit
Statement on Westminster attack - 22/03/17
Despite the growing threat of thermonuclear war, the public are less prepared than they ever have been to cope with an attack
The Peace Tax Bill is set for a second reading on the 24th of March. This is why it matters...
The west's military focus has shifted towards covert use of special forces. Both the human costs and the blowback risks are escalating
Never forget those who died, but also remember the lies of those who took us into these wars and continue to justify them
Mattis is far from a sheep in hawk’s clothing; he is a hawk in hawk’s clothing
Lindsey German: 'Trump’s extra spending will increase the emphasis on militarism and war rather than on any alternative solutions to military conflict'
The term was first coined by Winston Churchill in 1946, but does the 'special relationship' really exist?